... 200mg,astrix 100mg,panadol osteo,nexium 40mg do these medications combined be a reason for mums legs and ankles to swell and ache. the swelling is so bad she feels like her leg is going to split and veins are bursting
Mum has been prescribed *physiotens 200, exforge 5mg/160,diovan160mg,vytorin 10mg/80mg,celebrex?
- 30 Nov 2011 by susangreenfield
- celebrex, exforge, nexium, panadol, panadol osteo, vytorin, swelling, medication
Added 30 Nov 2011:
mums medical conditions are right kidney removed, high blood pressure, leaking left heart valve,galbladder has been removed,blood in urine all the time, cholesterol,suspected diabetes, cardio myopathy is very prominant in my mums side of the family. she is 64yrs.
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